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Author United States. Congress. Senate.

Title Aeronautics. Twelfth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for aeronautics 1926. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1927

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Physical description 640 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 8715
Senate document / 69th Congress, 2nd session. Senate ; no. 164
Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 69th Congress, no. 164
Notes Table of contents, p. VII.
The aerodynamic characteristics of seven frequently used wing sections at full Reynolds number, by Max M. Munk and Elton W. Miller, p. 71.
Three methods of calculating range and endurance of airplanes, by Walter S. Diehl, p. 87.
Interaction between air propellers and airplane structures, by W.F. Durand, p. 105.
Tests on airplane fuselages, floats, and hulls, by Walter S. Diehl, p. 129.
Tests on thirteen navy type model propellers, by W.F. Durand, p. 151.
The effects of flight path inclination on airplane velocity, by Walter S. Diehl, p. 167.
Power output and air requirements of a two-stroke cycle engine for aeronautical use, by C.R. Paton and Carlton Kemper, p. 179.
Nomenclature for aeronautics, by National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, p. 191.
Electrical characteristics of spark generators for automotive ignition, by R.B. Brode, D.W. Randolph, and F.B. Silsbee, p. 267.
Characteristics of a twin-float seaplane during take off, by John W. Crowley, Jr., and K.M. Ronan, p. 297.
A preliminary study of fuel injection and compression ignition as applied to an aircraft engine cylinder, by Arthur W. Gardiner, p. 311.
Aerodynamic characteristics of airfoils-IV, by National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, p. 327.
Meteorological conditions along airways, by W.R. Gregg, p. 369.
Tables for calibrating altimeters and computing altitudes based on the standard atmosphere, by W.G. Brombacher, p. 385.
Pressure of air on coming to rest from various speeds, by A.F. Zahm, p. 409.
The corrosion of magnesium and of the magnesium aluminum alloys containing manganese, J.A. Boyer, p. 417.
A comparison of the take off and landing characteristics of a number of service airplanes, by Thomas Carroll, p. 455.
Description of the N.A.C.A. universal test engine and some test results, by Marsden Ware, p. 467.
Approximations for column effect in airplane wing spars, by Edward P. Warner and Mac Short, p. 483.
The direct measurement of engine power on an airplane in flight with a hub type dynamometer, by W.D. Gove and M.W. Green, p. 503.
Flow and drag formulas for simple quadrics, by A.F. Zahm, p. 515.
Distribution of pressure over model of the upper wing and aileron of a Fokker D-VII airplane, by A.J. Fairbanks, p. 539.
Pressure distribution over airfoils at high speeds, by L.J. Briggs and H.L. Dryden, p. 553.
The air forces on a systematic series of biplane and triplane cellule models, by Max M. Munk, p. 595.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author Boyer, J.A.
Briggs, L.J.
Brode, R.B.
Brombacher, W.G.
Carroll, Thomas.
Crowley, John W. Jr.
Diehl, Walter S.
Dryden, Hugh L., (Hugh Latimer)
Durand, William Frederick.
Fairbanks, A.J.
Gardiner, Arthur W.
Gove, W.D.
Green, M.W.
Gregg, W.R.
Kemper, Carlton.
Miller, Elton W.
Munk, Max M.
Paton, C.R.
Randolph, D.W.
Ronan, K.M.
Short, Mac.
Silsbee, Francis B.
Ware, Marsden.
Warner, Edward Pearson.
Zahm, Albert Francis.
United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Subject Aeronautics.
Airplanes.
Engineering.
Nomenclature.
Transportation research.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.